This weekend, I went apple picking out in Northern Virginia. It was a fantastic fall weekend and the trees were beautiful. I wanted so many different types of apples, but as a household of one, I realized I couldn’t possibly eat a bushel of apples on my own. So what did I do after work today?
Tried a new recipe.
I wanted to make a cute little dessert that my coworkers, boyfriend, and roommates could enjoy. My go-to apple recipe is apple pie, which my grandma taught me and it is out of this WORLD. But I wanted something smaller, a little more manageable, so I tried something new!
I’ve always wanted to make an apple rose tart, so when I saw these mini apple rose pies online I knew that’s what recipe I would try. They looked so beautiful.
And wow. did I FAIL. the apples weren’t bending right and broke so easily (I didn’t slice the apples thin enough : P). But I had a good time doing it and learned a new recipe that I never want to make again! I was really frustrated with the process, but they turned out O.K. in the end. They look all right and they taste about the same. Next time I’ll just stick to apple pie.
On Friday after work, I met up with one of my dear friends. We went and saw an improv show together! It was a limited engagement at the DC Arts Center (DCAC) in Adams Morgan called Chinese Menu Comedy. If you enjoy laughing and comedy, you are sure to have a good time. They offer different shows throughout the year.
Look them up or attend another Improv show listed below and enjoy some belly aching laughs:
DC Improv (Farragut)
Underground Comedy (DuPont Circle)
Washington Improv Theater (U Street)
Drafthouse Comedy Theater (McPherson)
Dojo Comedy (Petworth)
Comment below with your favorite places in DC to see improv!